Social Networking and Digital Citizenship

I have learned a lot about networking and digital citizenship through my studies. I did not know how easy, yet how important, it is to create a digital citizenship policy.  Technology is a great learning tool, but only when the proper privacy and security measures are in place.  There are many advantages to social networking; collaboration, communication, project based learning activities, writing, math, reading, and common core alignment. Teachers can monitor student achievement and progress, notice when/where students are struggling and provide proper interventions when necessary.  I would like to pursue more educational websites and how they can be an asset to the classroom.  Technology is our future and the more teachers can integrate this feature into the classroom, the more successful students will be in the future.

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Comment by Alyssa Hayes on February 2, 2015 at 12:01pm
I like how you mentioned the easy of use and importance of digital citizenship policies. I also felt that was something that was clarified in this last unit. ~ Alyssa


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